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Cameron Diaz and Transformers: Age of Extinction among Razzie winners

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Story by Jack Foley

CAMERON Diaz and Transformers: Age of Extinction were among the winners at the 35th annual Golden Raspberry Awards (Razzies).

Held at the Montalban Theatre in Hollywood on Saturday night (Feruary 21, 2015), the ceremony seeks to recognise the worst achievements in film in 2014 and is always held on the eve of the Oscars.

The big winner on the night was Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas, which picked up the most trophies, including worst film of 2014 and worst actor for its leading man, Kirk Cameron.

It also picked up worst screen combo (for Cameron and his ego) as well as worst screenplay.

Cameron Diaz, meanwhile, was named worst actress for her dual roles in Sex Tape and The Other Woman.

While Transformers: Age of Extinction saw Michael Bay recognised as worst director.

Megan Fox was named worst supporting actress for her role in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (which was produced by Bay), while Kelsey Grammar took the worst supporting actor trophy for his performances in Transformers: Age of Extinction and The Expendables 3.

A new category this year saw Ben Affleck recognised with the Redeemer award, which recognises celebrities who have turned their careers around.

The Oscar winner picked up the ‘accolade’ for going from Razzie winner for Gigli to Oscar darling for Argo and Gone Girl.

Other nominees in that category included Jennifer Aniston (from four-time Razzzie nominee to SAG award nominee for Cake), Keanu Reeves (from six-time Razzie nominee to the critically acclaimed John Wick) and Kristen Stewart (from six-time Razzie winner for Twilight to the art house hit Camp X-Ray).

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